The public looks forward to intriguing artists talks at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design by artists and designers from across the country.
The talks are always free and open to the public.
Elizabeth Duffy, multidisciplinary artist, will visit PCA&D on March 11. Her talk is at 10 a.m. Duffy is a multidisciplinary artist whose work engages practices of process-based drawing, installation, sculpture and photo. Her work is influenced by feminist art, an itinerant way of life, and the confluence of art with everyday life. She has exhibited work at the Drawing Center, the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, White Columns, Dartmouth College's Strauss Gallery, Pentimenti Gallery, Dam Stuhltrager Gallery, and many more.
March 20: Panel discussion in conjunction with the exhibt in PCA&D's Main Gallery, "Folklore." Moderated by PCA&D Gallery Director Heidi Leitzke, the panel will convene at 4 p.m. Guest panelists will be Benjamin Edmiston, Clare Grill and Baker Overstreet (shown above from left to right). The exhibit "Folklore" will feature original Fraktur drawings in conversation with contemporary works of art by Amy Cutler, Benjamin Edmiston, Clare Grill, Baker Overstreet, and Clare Rojas.
April 3 at 10 a.m.: Multi-disciplinary artist Irvin Climaco Morazan, of Hunter College/The City University of New York, will present an artist talk.
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about all our artist talks and gallery events.
Talks from the fall 2013 semester included:
Laylah Ali and Gerald Cyrus (shown below) was featured in the "Mosaic Project: Laylah Ali and Gerald Cyrus" exhibit. Ali and Cyrus each presented free artist talks for the community and worked with area high school and middle school students.
The Mosaic Project is a multicultural exhibition and educational program for students and families in Lancaster County. Read more about it here.
See photos on our Facebook wall.
Interdisciplinary artist Daren Kendall presented an artist talk in October.
Thomas Wedell returned to PCA&D was guest speaker in November.
Skolos and Wedell were graduation speakers at PCA&D in May 2012. Click here to read about their presentation to the Class of 2012.
Letterer, graphic designer and illustrator Mary Kate McDevitt visited PCA&D on February 4 for an artist talk and workshop for Graphic Design students.
February 7: Illustrator James Ransome spoke about "Robert Cunningham: Artist/Illustrator," in conjunction with an exhibit of work by this prolific artist who passed away in 2010.
Photographer Nate Larson presented an artist talk on February 14.